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Man of Year – 100 Black Men of Sacramento

Man of Year

Gentlemen,

Attached are the criteria and procedures for electing a Man of the Year. You will note from the procedures that we are late in starting the process. However, with your cooperation, we can have a Man of the Year selected and have the award ready for presentation at the gala on December 17th.

Please send your nominations for Man of the Year to Sam Williams atbigsamw94no later than October 31, 2011. Please check the criteria and include the reason(s) you are nominating that person. Be a part of the process! Get your nominations in to Sam by the 31st! Let’s do this!

George Campbell, Member

Man of the Year Selection Committee

Man of the Year Criteria.doc

Man of the Year Procedures.doc

 
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Posted by on October 22, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

California Black Chamber of Commerce and Chamber Foundation – African American Leadership Weekend

African American Leadership Weekend
This is a series of workshops targeting the issues facing underserved minority communities to develop positive solutions and remove barriers to growth in the areas of education, health, crime, home ownership, building wealth and the church’s role in the community. Our Renaissance 21st Century Project is helping to revitalize the "can do" spirit in communities around the state.

California Black Chamber of Commerce Foundation

A Renaissance 21st Century Project
Presents the African American Leadership & Education Congress

Moving the Urban Agenda
March 31 – April 2, 2011
Sheraton Grand Hotel, 1230 J Street, Sacramento, California

Download Moving the Urban Agenda

Click here for registration
 
 

100 Black Men of Sacramento, Inc. Scholarship application

The Sacramento Chapter of 100 Black Men of Sacramento, Inc. Scholarship application is now available. Award amounts will vary between $500.00 -$2,000.00 dollars. Applications must be postmarked by April 1, 2011. Students, who have a GPA of 2.5 or greater, can submit their application to(Post marked by 4-1-11):

100 Black Men of Sacramento, Inc.

C/O Scholarship Committee

2251 Florin Rd.

Sacramento, CA 95822

www.100blackmensacramento.com

To request an application or submit an application electronically, please contact us with the following email address:

scholarship.

Pls call Dennis Lomack, Scholarship committee Chair, at 916-752-3063, should you have any further questions.

 
 

100 AAYMC – Observer News Paper Article

Subject: 100 AAYMC – Observer News Paper Article

AAYMC and Partners:

It goes without saying, THANK YOU for your efforts and participation in this years conference. It was one of our best ever!!

Attached is the Observer article of the event. The are avail for sale too. Looking forward to an even great conference next year!! Pls share with colleagues and friends.

Again, On behalf of Reggie and the Planning Committee – Big Thanks to all!!

Darryl Jenkins

Recording Secretary

100 Black Men of Sacramento, Inc.

916-342-3582

DOC.PDF

 
 

US Senate Confirms First Black Judge & 100 Black Men of Jackson, MS Member to Fifth Circuit Court

US Senate Confirms First Black Judge & 100 Black Men of Jackson, MS Member to Fifth Circuit Court

Congratulations to Judge Graves.

Another great guy. I’ve had the pleasure of hanging out with Judge Graves. In fact he did the swearing in when I was elected to the National Executive Board.

Daniel

Subject: US Senate Confirms First Black Judge & 100 Black Men of Jackson, MS Member to Fifth Circuit Court

 
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Posted by on February 17, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

National Black Family Technology Week is February 13th-19thFW: Register Today

Subject: Register Today

National Black Family Technology Week is February 13th-19th

The Sacramento Chapter of Community Network is hosting a Technology Day Saturday Feb 19th for students in grades 8-12. This free event will introduce participants to the framework of emerging technology, interactive robotics challenges and tours of the network facilities. This event will be held at the AT&T auditorium at 2700 Watt Av. A continental breakfast and lunch will be provided. Contact Delma Newton (916)972-4667 or DN6814 for additional information Register your child today for this free event today. Space is limited.

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<<Black Technology Day – Parent Release Form FINAL.ppt>> <<BFTAD Registration Form FINAL.doc>> <<Black Technology Day FINAL.ppt>>

This message is a courtesy extended to you as a member or potential member of COMMUNITY NETwork. If you are no longer a COMMUNITY NETwork member and have received this message in error, we apologize and ask you to please notify Delma Newton (DN6814) and you will be removed from future mailings.

Community NETwork emails – We would like to share our activities and accomplishments with co-workers, but please be aware, per company guidelines, Employee Resource Groups may forward announcements only to members on their distribution list, advisors or employees who expressly request the information. Forwarding ERG messages to non-members or to other parts of the employee population without prior consent is a violation of the ERG Guidelines. If anyone wants to share ERG-related messages/events with co-workers or other employees who are not members of the organization, potential recipients should be asked for consent prior to sending such messages.

Black Technology Day – Parent Release Form FINAL.ppt

BFTAD Registration Form FINAL.doc

Black Technology Day FINAL.ppt

 
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Posted by on February 4, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

100 Blk Men – Black youth Leadership Program (BYLP) – Extended Deadline Info!!

Deadline extended one more week until the 31st

Please get it in a.s.a.p. the deadline was last week…

THE BLACK YOUTH LEADERSHIP PROJECT, INC. IS HOSTING A ONE-DAY OPEN HOUSE GEARED TOWARD AFRICAN-AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS INTERESTED IN CALIFORNIA POLITICS, PUBLIC POLICY, CIVICS, GOVERNMENTAL SERVICE, AND/OR COMMUNITY SERVICE. STUDENTS WILL PARTICIPATE WITH CAPITOL STAFF IN MOCK COMMITTEE HEARINGS AND A LEGISLATIVE FLOOR SESSION, PASSING LAWS THAT ARE IMPORTANT TO THEM. THE PURPOSE OF THE OPEN HOUSE IS TO ENCOURAGE AFRICAN-AMERICAN STUDENTS IN GRADES 9-12 TO REGULARLY INTERACT WITH THEIR STATE’S POLITICAL AND COMMUNITY LEADERS AND TO USE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO DISCUSS THE LEGISLATIVE PROCESS, TIMELY POLICY CONCERNS, AND THE ROLE OF DEMOCRACY AND ADVOCACY WITHIN OUR COMMUNITIES.

Attached is the application – Word version.

Lorreen R. Pryor

PRESIDENT

Black Youth Leadership Project

(916) 319-3822 ph (916) 319-3979

2011 Open House Application.doc

 
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Posted by on January 27, 2011 in Uncategorized

 
 
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